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NORTH WEST

North West

CHESHIRE

Chester City Trail (PT 152) 12km Grade 1
Organised by Lincolnshire Vikings
Undertake a full circuit of the walls of this Roman town. The walk goes beside the River Dee and passes the racecourse. Visit the 'Rows', shops on double-level medieval walkways. Allow plenty of time for browsing.

CUMBRIA

Wordsworth Wander (PT 35) 10km Grade 2
Organised by British Walking Federaton
The walk visits several places associated with William Wordsworth; Dove Cottage & Museum, Rydal Mount & St Oswalds Church where Wordsworth’s grave is. The route goes around Grasmere and Rydal Water with magnificent views of some of the Lakeland hills.

Bowness & Beatrix (PT 122) 11km Grade 2
Organised by British Walking Federation
Bowness.gif (93276 bytes)This walk follows the lake side and crosses England's largest lake by ferry. On the western side of the lake it climbs to Hill Top at Sawrey, where Beatrix Potter lived when she wrote her famous Peter Rabbit books. The walk continues through undulating countryside before returning to the ferry.

Ambleside Amble (PT 123) 13km Grade 3+
Organised by British Walking Federation
This walk goes over Wansfell Pike to Troutbeck with magnificent views back over Windermere, passing the Church. The return is via a lower route.

GREATER MANCHESTER

Manchester City Trail (PT 251)  10km Grade 1
Organised by Lincolnshire Vikings Walking Club  
A rich mixture of sights, former mills and warehouses of the textile industry.  Manchester Cathedral, Opera House, Town Hall and Albert Memorial, Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) Midland Hotel, GMEX/Manchester Central, Viaducts, Canals, Modern and Old architecture, Arcades, Squares, Statues, Historical sites and shops! Allow plenty of time.

MERSEYSIDE

Beatles Trail (Liverpool) (PT 206) 10km Grade 1
Organised by Lincolnshire Vikings Walking Club
A city walk around Liverpool visiting many of the places connected with the Beatles. The walk also gives views of some of the magnificent architecture to be found in the city. You will pass Lime Street Station, as well as both the Anglican & Roman Catholic Cathedrals.

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